The Scientific Revolution happened during the Renaissance. The Scientific Revolution wasn't really a revolution, it was more like a time of period when people began to gain more knowledge about science. People also began to experiment things on their own, and they started to stop believing what other people had told them about the world. I think the Scientific Revolution was important in our history because it is like the first big step to science. People started to think for themselves and actually did research.
I think if it weren't for that, the world be very different right now. The Scientific Revolution included a lot of science and literature knowledge. The scientific method was also developed during this "revolution." During that time, many people only believed the church. There were many people who proved them wrong. Overall, I think the Scientific Revolution made a big impact.